Council of Ministers of Mali

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The Council of Ministers of Mali consists of members appointed by the president with the advice of the prime minister.[1]

The Council of Ministers is chaired by the prime minister and is tasked with managing government operations.

Members of the Council of Ministers[edit]

OFFICE NAME TERM
Prime Minister Diango Cissoko 2012–incumbent
Minister of Agriculture Baba Berthe 2012–incumbent
Minister of Education, literacy, promotion of national languages and civics Bocar Moussa Diarra 2012–incumbent
Minister of Posts and New Technologies Bréhima Tolo 2012–incumbent
Minister of Culture Bruno Maiga 2012–incumbent
Minister of Defense and Veterans Affairs* General Yamoussa Camara 2012–incumbent
Minister of the Economy, Finance and Budget Tienan Coulibaly 2012–incumbent
Minister of Trade and Industry Abdel Karim Konate 2012–incumbent
Minister of Employment and Vocational Training Dr.Diallo Déidia Mahamane Kattra 2012–incumbent
Minister of Energy and Water Makan Tounkara 2012–incumbent
Minister of Handicrafts and Tourism Yaya Ag Mohamed Ali 2012–incumbent
Minister of Environment and Sanitation Ousmane Ag Rhissa 2012–incumbent
Minister of Equipment and Transport* Lt. Col. Abdoulaye Koumaré 2012–incumbent
Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Tiéman Hubert Coulibaly 2012–incumbent
Minister of Internal Security and Civil Protection* GeneralTiefing Konaté 2012–incumbent
Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Solidarity and the Elderly Dr.Mamadou Sidibe 2012–incumbent
Minister of Health Soumana Makadji 2012–incumbent
Minister of Housing, Planning and Land Affairs David Sagara 2012–incumbent
Minister of Internal Security and Civil Protection Sadio Gassama 2007–incumbent
Minister of Justice, Keeper of the Seals Malick Coulibaly 2012–incumbent
Minister of Labor, Civil Service, and State Reforms Abdoul Wahab Berthe 2007–incumbent
Minister of Livestock and Fisheries Ms.Mariam Diane Kone 2012–incumbent
Minister of Malians Abroad and African Integration Demba Traoré 2012–incumbent
Minister of Mines Dr.Amadou Baba Sy 2012–incumbent
Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research Messa Ould Mohamed Lady 2012–incumbent
Minister of Social Development, Solidarity, and the Elderly Sekou Diakite 2012–incumbent
Minister of Religious Affairs and Worship Dr.Yacouba Traore 2012–incumbent
Minister of Territorial Administration, Decentralization and Regional Planning* Col. Moussa Coulibaly Sinko 2012–incumbent
Minister of family, promotion of women and children Alwata Ichata Sahi 2012–incumbent
Minister of Youth and Sports Hamèye Founé Mahmadane 2012–incumbent
Minister of Labour, Public Service and Institutional Relations Mamadou Traore Namory 2012–incumbent
Communications Minister, government spokesman Manga Dembele 2012–incumbent
Minister Delegate to the Minister of Economy, Finance and Budget, for the Budget Marimpa Samoura 2012–incumbent
decentralization and planning Abdourahmane Oumar Touré 2012–incumbent

Cabinet list updated February 2013.[2]

The starred positions were involved in the 2012 Malian coup d'état in April 2012. Furthermore according to the Associated Press in the government announced in December 2012, "three key ministers...will keep their jobs, while all of Mali's political groups will be represented...[and] Camara was close to coup figures, whose preferred candidates retained three other posts including homeland security and justice."[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Book of Rule. Dorling Kindersley. 2004. p. 181. 
  2. ^ http://translate.google.com/translate?sl=auto&tl=en&js=n&prev=_t&hl=en&ie=UTF-8&eotf=1&u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.maliweb.net%2Fnews%2Fpolitique%2F2012%2F12%2F15%2Farticle%2C112085.html&act=url
  3. ^ http://www.google.com/hostednews/afp/article/ALeqM5gVsM4t2yQV3-0dfDAKn_YgiRcJuA?docId=CNG.523dbeea9e619eecf426809221d998af.8e1